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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., WIDNMDAY, MARCH II, IMO MOVING PICTURE ADVANCED .1 VAUDEVILLE., 1. Guttysbnry 2. Uncled Fortune 3. Knowing Birds O-N Till the Sun Shines Nellie" Prices ISc 25c. CLARKE CbNTl' Conediiis THE RAfFERTY'S -la a big Irish 1 SPORTS j D r w i we created an entirely J The territory the eHy and vicinity of seven miles; Entries to be open till April 1900. and to be made to John Har- ,'ic, the secretary pro tern: Each club entering't'6 send two del- to a meeting of the Executive of the League, to be heki at 8 P.m. on April L5th, at the Caledonian Hell. (Old-Knox'Church, Gljn The following resolution was also carried last.nijrht: "That this meet- ing recommend that the City Foot- U alylUh colUr One of our ntvr right in nod peri'oct id fit kuown as the RIALTO Height, 2 iivcbw at back and incho in front. BALL LEAGUK mooting of football ent night in tho oSlc nd Tinsmith Mude In Quarter uf dealer to show you of our e is tare 1C be oat th-t will just hit Castle Brand. 'JOc. eacli, 2 for 25c. Makers Berlin. (or name on can of Paint? Simply because Stylfaf means paint that is unbeatable for withstanding the peculiar Western climate. Ltt gift t MOM lRST of oil, selected for PaJnlisadistinctly sup- erior quality of Metii- tobo Unseed, (tisacknowl- edjsd that the of the paint on the ITH this oil tWowghly incwpcraled pure White pure Oxide of Zinc in to produce a remarUble for dinsily, opmqucocss and covering A tborsugb-V ttiat U will withstand tin cracldnj cold of 40 tclow SiiRUBB BEAT WOOD Alfred Shrubb defeated Abbie' Wood i f S the greater and elasticity "of the oil we use give Paint extraor- dinary "longer ing theJ-: includ- raurosd eivJ wood and iron. Show that you arc wise man, too. by pointing your house and barn with HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Leth bridge Aita. e n button Not onl cuffs different Sack are lapels, ball League select a City Leacue of Montreal by four laps, or a third I team to represent the city in com-1 of a mile, in their ten mile race in [petitions outside the city." the Ottawa Arena. Schrubb's time At present the teams known to de- being- 53.0-i, and is almost two min-j sire joining'the city league are the ut.es slower, than the world's indoor i Royal Hovers, The Caledonians and'-record which Bhrubb made against! the Sons of England. ja three man relay at Boston, last While an effort is also being made! year- The. track was twelve laps to to organize an Independent team, the mile and Siirubb gave a great secretary, John Harvic, will be fflad! performance, Woods' showing against to have entries from any team wish-! ehe Britisher being .surprisingly good. pOCKetS V.UHAO vuiicreni former are, alsoS We went abroad for the ing to enter the league. The subject was also broached ab- out, making some arrangements for a dressing room on the square. Some suggested asking the council to.erect j u, suitable building which would be a jr players in mat-j The crowd was a small one Shrubb was given an entnusiastic reception. A.RIFLE ASSOCIATION The forming of a Lethbridge Rifle Fit-Reform from got th( nglanrown and one bay gelding, both branded 5H on left hip, long and had halters on. Any "onnation regarding above will be rewarded-by, Hatch Leth- bridge. 8SH dark grey mare, four years old, branded FA on right- thigh. -JJesard- for in- prm.'tttion leading "to recovery. Jag. Stacey. Magrath, Alta. 92-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT Office man and steno grapher of good habits. ald, ,-j Apply Her- 82.0 PBOPE11TY FOR SALE-3-lots witu house (5 good sta- ble; price 5400.00 cash, balance, easy. Apply. Alberta Realty Co.. 84-0 FOR new house so Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. ea-h. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co! .general servant. other need apply. Good wages Apply to Mrs. E. U. Rylands, 601 Bartlett St.; or to Hudson's Bay Store T- tibn here ii start with. a great advantage to .There are the old Mount ed Police butts .in that part of the co.ullees known as Stafford's Bottom, which, although" not used for sontft years, would easily put in shape. Thi sis an-, encoura ging feature an d no one who has the' least hesire to keep his eye in- should miss the op- portunity cf joining, in with the bovs in pushing, the, sport along. ..IN ..PRIZES .Under the auspices of the Manito- ba Jockey Club, a program of in "prizes wtl.1 be "put on at the exhi- bition track; in that city on June 4, .Horsemen who have visit- ed the track -predict .that it will ae- ain take its place .as one of the fast- est -half mile tracks in Canada. "It is .reported-from London that Harvard University has sent a chal- lenge :toi.Oxford for an eipr rowing race in September. TO-NIGHT The Jeanne Russell Co. PRESENT "THE SQUAW MAIST One of the best bills ever presented Big specialties between the acts, including Moving Pictures of the highest type No waits between acts Prices 25c., 50c., and 75c. Jeriy Bdmunds, another Torpntp. ball player, is signed ;.tp catch- for Wirtnipeff Beattie, -.Win- first baseman, hails from the same; place.; V Dinnie Maguire, manager of the Ed raotnon baseball club is a Toronto man and is a short stop of 'HOi mean .ability.' JKM '.tmiBCOluL TALKS r With the adinission that in his; five months tour of America, he earned ana got back home-with of-the money, Jera Driacoll, the-; ieatherweight champion boxer, in an interview on his, return to England in-The tondon. Sportuuf Life, inakes the unqualified; state- found. America to his liking and strong inclinations of returning before long. Reviewing his .deeds in the United -States and stating that in" three be! fought and won ten. times, .TMscoll drew from the Ques- tioning comment: "Of' your most important, encounter .was with Abe Attell." for it drew the .biggest was-Dris coil's reply. Qi course Attell got the big per- centage of "He did aptbitu? 'of the land; 'I was the drawing-, card. and received -10 per 'cent, and Attell 30 per cent." Asked if Attell is an; exceptionallv cood'man, the Welshman replied .that he was not overmuch impressed bv] him, arid thought Joe Bowker Jn iiis day could always have beaten hirn. Speaking- oif the American .boxers, generally, Driscpll said.' they, were strong, vigorous, and hard hittinc, and always made things :willinff, for. whpovar took them on. By that he did" not mean to infer that they'vrere Jacking in science, but that thev- com bined. good science, with hustling and hard punching that always maHe .them dangerous. They called for all one's constant watchfulness, clev- erness, and ready footwork to avoid an untimely blow which end matters for an unwary opponent. ...Driscoll spoke highly of the solen- did treatment he received while in America, the crowd being distincttv fair, while the way the referees car- ried put their duties left np room for complaint.' Salt Rheum. V Eczema., or. .Salt RTieum, aa it is often called, is one of the most skin diseases. It inani fests itself in little round .blisters, widen' contain an extremely irri- :tating fluid. These break andiubsequeotly a crust or scale is formed. The- intense burning, itching smarts ing, especially at'night or when' the ;part ia exposed to any strong- Tieiatj. are 'almost unbearable. The pre-eminent. which -Burdock Blood Bitters has -met .coring a disease of due.to trs wonderful blood cleansing -arid purify- ing properties. r" "No other remedy has .'Sonet or can do, so i 'Touch for those who are ahnost' driven to-distraction with tha terrible torture, as pur thousands of signed testimonials can class waitress Model Restaurant. at 87-0 WANTED--Two dining room once.. Chow, Sain Co. ON SALE.FOii A FEW DAYS ONLV rooin house.. AH irioderii conveniences. One of con strueted" houses in -the city. Wit5-, two large lots. Pi-ice moderate.'Will be" ready to be occupied about r5i middle of April. .Apply on premises. Argyle Ave.y. near Westminster-Road or P. 0. Box 170, Leihbridge, Alta .38-0 FOR Hotel, furnish- ed.1 Good business, only hotel in Magrath. Call or write Alvin, 0. Kich, Magrath..- gjjie servant. Must be able to 'do plain cooking.' Apply to Mrs.. Lethbridge, -Dufferin St. "925 dining room girl. Apply Bahnoral Hotel.. 90-0 stenographer and office, assistant. Apply Box 0., Herald Office. 90-0 gopd general servant. Apply Mrs. W. C: Simmons, 322 Ash- mead St. _ general ser- vant. 'Apply to Mrs.. Vrooman, cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 91-0 girl..to clo light house- work. Apply to Mrs. W. B: Burnett, brick house, corner Glyn and .Court- land'streets. 92-0 young man with know- ledge of book-keeping to do office and outside work. 'Apply-Box P.Q., Herald oflBce. 92-0 once experienced man for-general store. .Aa.lress The Royal City Mercantile Co.. P.oyal 93 O FOR acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone' 114. Y.' Chow. 91-6 FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern] also six roomed' house and four lots, on Westminster Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Bos 376. FOR loomed house} hay shed, stable, coachhouse and large, hen house, one mile from ceia- tre of town. -Best position, in the town for keeping poultry, pigs or cattle; or easy terms could, be arrangejd. Apply to" Box 1, Herald 92-6 CITY MARKET The regular weekly sale oi Live Stock, Implements, etc., .will be held at the City .Corrals on Saturday after- noon next at 2.30 o'clock." .Entries received by the undersigned and should reach the market master's offi- ce by Friday in time for publication in Herald.- FRANK WADDINGTON, 93-3 Market Master. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS Twill be receiT- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m: Wednesday, April 7th for the erection of a bank building at Ma- grath, Alta., for the Bank of Mont- real. Plans .and specifications may be seen; at the architect's offices in the Macdonald Block at Lethbridge, Alta., and at the Manager's office, Bank of Montreal, at Magrath. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 91-4 JAMES A. MACDONALD, Architect. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore vesting be Sweet -J. Wuug -Yett-and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Wuag Yett .having bought jut the interests of Mah Xai All "out- standing ace Hints should be forward, ed at once to ,T. Wung Yett, Grassy Lake Alberta. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT FOR cottage with, lot. 60 x 102, corner of London Roid and Crabb "St., cash gets it. 'Balance on easy terms. Apply An premises to owner, I. M. Pierce. 93-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR chair, almost dinirj room gixls. Apply at once to Restaurant.. 93-3 dining room girls at John O'Connor, Burlington, writes years I. suffered Avith. Salt 1 tried a dpzcn different cineii but most of them only made ;it worse. I was advised to; try Curdock .Blood Bifc- -1 -gos: a bottle aiid: before I had taken half a dozen doses I could jsee a changei'so I Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 nice ;girl for housemaid work- only.. Good wages. Apply Bpx' 5, .O-o Herald. 9L-0: SITUATIONS WANTED .middle." aged po- sition as housekeeper i'or.'dressmaker. Apply Herald Office. 4JO-6 as engineer on breaking outfit. 'had four years Have license for 500 horse power .in Alberta and am a machinist" by trade. Direct Box F... Herald Office. 91.6 MRS. KATIE PALIN has removed to her new-residence at the corner of the baseball park. -Parties continued its use and now lam completely wishing her services for waiting on cured. 1 cannDtsav too much for your table or any kind oi work, .except 1 will .a card ;m postofnce or call at .her home. For .sale by all W, ft. painter, house painter, paper hanger, sign etc. 25 Argyle Ave. Phone 134. The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by tli.e public Unio5i .All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc up Meals from 25c. .tip N. H. MURRAY Prop. 92-10 new, revolving and cushion. .Will' sell Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. reclining, air cheap. Address 91-5 young milk, cow and cheap. Apply Jas. Ward. 91-6 FOE sow pigs, good-breed; Apply North. Ward. 91-3 FOE: General mercantile bus- iness -and postoffice at a point that promises .to become' one of .Southern Alberta's" :best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary -branch: 'iiock, Blayney." Apply J. K. War- 92-12 -FOE. almost'new incubat-, or one wishing to exchange ;a drake, apply 320 Glyn St. 92.6 FOR shares in Leth- ;bridge-. Woollen- Mills, paid up, sale cash. .W. T. Wat- son, Box 393, .Hosmer, B. C. 93-6 FOE in one of the- .reslaui-ants and lodg- ing house businesses in the city. Apply Tim Bfedard, Canadian Eestau- rant. 93-6 LANDS FOR SALE TO RENT: WANTED TO A small house FOE Half section, two miles south of :Taber. Twelve dollars per acre. Twelve hundred dollars down in .cash horses. Balance in five years. Apply to John Apply Box 12, Herald. 87-6 room for two jentlcmeii. i Box 575 or i Grounds. Apply G. Ogston, P. 0. at house near .Fair 90-6 acres 2 1-2 miles from, Raymond, 40 acres winter wheat; 120 acres in. balance good prai- jie. be. ..had for .TO Front .room nicely furnish- ed suitable for two respectable men. Apply to Mrs. Eobert Adam, Fisher j St... south of Eedp'ath St. Milk Crearn Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Motto- Cleanliness and Parity Cox Son i Pbtie347 P.O. Box 80 91-6 furnished on ground floor in a modern, house by a married couple with two cbildr'ra. Address. P. 0. Box, 1.352, 93-2 TO furnished room. monthly. End of Crabb St.. east side.. 4th house south of London Road. Apply Mrs.-Charles. 934 ROOM AND and board for two voung rm-n. 621 Round St. 93-2 jund, corner of London. Ed. and ,Ash- inead Sts.., Lethbridge. 89-6 and the balance on .half crop pay- with interest atv8 per cent: For further, apply to the' Canadian Real Estate' and Adjustment- Co.. sole own-ers. Office room 9 Bryan: Block over the Eureka theatre or Box 387, Lethbridge. 91-6 FOR 5-10 inclusive in Block 4, Duff addition. They.lie nice, ,face north on water main, on London Price ?400; cash each, bal. on very easy terms at 6 per cent: Apply Box D., Herald Office. 91-6 H. Morris, con- trnctor. for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A. Southard's residence. TO THE PUBLIC Of LETHBRIDGE JAMES B. GIBBON Is Establishing a Transfer, Baggage and General Draying Business, and commences operations on April 1st, 1909 With Office ROOM 3, OTT BLOCK SUCCESSOR TO HAYR TRANSFER CO. Phone 180 Notice is hereby .given that I .mpounded in the., city pound near Isolation Hospital, on March. -24th, ;he following animals: 1 red heifer visible brand. 2 .red and white heifer visible brand. 1 red and white bull calf. JOS. GILLESPIE, 90-0 Chief of Police. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the-sole head of a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead available land in. toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in. persoa at the Dominion Lands "Agency or Bub- Agency for the district} by proxy may be. made at any: agency tjr of intending ''Homesteader, Duties. Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in. each of three years. A -'homesteader may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least' 30 acrei solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pro.em.pt -a quarter-section alongside hie home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must -reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the tune" required- to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty- acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot- ob- tain a may pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. "Duties. Must Beside six' months m each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse worth W.W.COKY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unautho.ried pi this advertisement w.'ll not be "paid for. Everything in season served tastily ItieCoaldale Restaurant Coaldale Block Attract Like a Band of Music That's what- our .show cards :xnd price tickets dp. If you have attractive ahow- carUs and price tickets the pub- ;is will stop to .read what you have' to say. if your goods are right they will work wonders Jot you. H you want'.mpre get our SHOW QAR DS AND PRICE They are modern .in and jnake iip. Opder youT.EiwfeT Snow Cards TkeNichdkSignGo. 306 Cafgary Redpath St., and at ;